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How to make Warehouse Safety Everyone’s Priority

Posted by Thelma Marshall, Product Director, February 13, 2020 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn The term “culture of safety” is often used when setting warehouse safety improvement goals. With it, managers strive to create an environment where every worker feels compelled to make safety their top priority. But, …

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Common Bad Habits of Forklift Operators

Posted by Thelma Marshall, Product Director, on February 6, 2020 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Equipment is designed for safety, but forklift operators still fall victim to the bad habits that cause warehouse injuries. Human error and poor driving habits are common challenges in warehousing. Unfortunately, the repetitive …

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How to Prevent Human Error in a Warehouse

Posted by Thelma Marshall, Director, Product, Jan. 28, 2020 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn A large percentage of warehouse mishaps and injuries result from human error. It isn’t surprising. Anybody can have a split second of poor judgment or become complacent about the inherent risk of their job. …

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Hidden Reasons Why OSHA Violations Occur

Posted by Thelma Marshall Director, Product , Jan. 2 2019​ Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn On the surface it may seem like your warehouse or distribution center is operating safely and consistently meeting OSHA’s regulations. But some of the most common safety infractions can go unnoticed until it …

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National Forklift Safety Day – Why it Matters

Safety reminders are an effective way to combat driver complacency, a common problem for those who do TTX_workflow_3_imgrepetitive, yet dangerous, tasks throughout their workday. National Forklift Safety Day, an annual event set for Tuesday June 11, 2019 was created to inspire warehouse managers across the country to take a closer look at operator safety and training deficits in their facility.